After a workout Monday,  the Seahawks signed veteran wideout Terrell Owens to a one year deal.

Looking to sign a bigger wide receiver to replace the departed Mike Williams, the Seahawks have signed 12 year veteran Terrell Owens to a one year contract. Terms weren't released, but it's believed Owens signed for the veteran standard amount for a player with his NFL career length.

Owens, 38, sat out last year after knee surgery, but ran a 4.45 40 yard dash, according to Seahawks coaches.

The stats total of his 15 NFL seasons are huge: 1,078 receptions; 15,934 receiving yards, which ranks second all-time behind Jerry Rice (22,895); 153 TD catches, which ties for second all-time with Randy Moss, again behind Rice (197).

Clare Farnsworth at Seahawks.com writes:

As productive as Owens has been, at times his off-field and even on-field behavior has overshadowed what he brings to an offense. He comes to the Seahawks with the understanding that his focus needs to be on football.

You can read Farnsworth's complete story here.

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